Boogz Boogetz – C.O.O.L 2 Review

This project does not do Boogz justice. The use of autotune is unnecessary in an artist of his nature and the hooks on this project are terrible. Boogz needs to sort out what part of Hip Hop he wants to expand into so as to grow accordingly.

The production is trying to be street but comes across as too light to be hugely effective. While Boogz isn’t the most dirty and gritty rapper out there, he does show that he is from that area. He should incorporate that into the tracks with the production to help make his music appeal to a wider audience.

The lyricism is alright but nothing to get overly excited about. While Boogz does involve some wordplay, he seems to be more focused on the message on each track rather than make the lyrics complex and layered. If Boogz attempted to increase his level of lyrical ability, he would help make his music more appealing to Hip Hop audiences.

The features are good but struggle to add anything to the project overall. They do show that Boogz can find rappers to work with him, but they are in the same lane as him, the one he is supposedly creating himself as the title would suggest. This means that the features put in good effort but fall flat when it comes to the atmosphere on the tracks.

Overall, this is a mediocre project that does not show Boogz Boogetz in the best light. He puts in good work but this project falls short of what could have been. More work is needed if Boogz wants to move up in the Hip Hop world, he will need to put out better projects than this.

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